The $132 million worth of a house has been sold in Palm Beach, Florida, the second most expensive US history house. The purchaser was Scott Shleifer, a fellow benefactor of the private value contributing arm of Tiger Global Management.
The 21,000-square-foot house had been available half a month prior with a requesting cost of $140 million. Notwithstanding the slight value decrease, it actually approaches the most costly house buy in the country. It positions simply behind the $165 million buys by Jeff Bezos of David Geffen’s former Beverly Hills estate in 2020.
Support funder Ken Griffin actually holds the record for the priciest acquisition of all with his $238 million purchase of a townhouse in New York’s Central Park South structure. Griffin has also spent $350 million combined on buys in Palm Beach as a feature of his arrangement to collect one coterminous package that so far has arrived at 20 sections of land in size.
Situated on the water, with billionaire Nelson Peltz as a neighbor, Shleifer’s new home sits ashore recently possessed by the previous president Donald Trump, as revealed by the Wall Street Journal. At the time Trump claimed the property, it was known as Maison de L’Amitié. He offered the bequest to Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev for $95 million out of 2008, who later partitioned into three bundles. In 2017 Mark Pulte, a significant part of the homebuilding business bought the waterfront bundle for $37 million and constructed this nine-room bequest, which accompanies various extravagance conveniences open-air cinema, wine basement, magnificence spa, oceanfront pool, and separate visitor house. The house was sold under an LLC connected to Pulte.
The vendor was addressed by Lawrence Moens of Lawrence A. Moens Associates, a similar individual who oftentimes deals with Griffin’s many Palm Beach buys. Moen had a venture interest in the property, agreeing to The Real Deal. The purchaser was addressed by Ryan Serhant of Serhant and Chris Leavitt of Douglas Elliman.